Neurofeedback Research

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If you are trying to reduce Misophonia using Neurofeedback Therapy, then you need to check out two articles that shed light on the areas of the brain and the EEG (Electroencephalogram) patterns associated with Misophonia. A recent article in the Journal of Biology shows that Misophonia is grounded in the

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Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, has been shown to be associated with abnormal oscillatory patterns within the brain. Recent findings by researchers show that this pattern can be identified by a qEEG Brain Map and then can be normalized using Neurofeedback Therapy. Check out the articles called Neurofeedback for

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As a Neurofeedback Expert, you may be interested in working with children on the Autistic Spectrum. I have been helping families that are dealing with Autism for over 20 years and it is very rewarding work. I have learned through my journey that Neurofeedback Therapy can be one of the

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Many recent studies show that Neurofeedback helps reduce anxiety in different ways, for many different types of people. What “types of people” you might be thinking? Phobias: After Neurofeedback treatment, people were able to consciously decrease their anxious feelings about the phobia they used to have. Medications: Another interesting study

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In one word, YES! I was so excited to see a new article, February 2017, on the Harvard University website sharing the news about the effectiveness of Neurofeedback for ADHD with a really cool graphic that explains the foundational study that helped to prove it. I will share it with

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